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roseBudd Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-25-04 07:47 PM
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15. In general Triad had the smaller population punch card counties, ES&S
had the more urban counties. I say in general, because some suburban GOP strongholds were ES&S and some larger counties with a city such as Montgomery were Triad.

Warren County the lockdown county was Triad.

Greene County the county of the unlocked BoE is home to Triad in Xenia, OH.
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